Chlorogalum parviflorum is a species of perennial herb known by the common name smallflower soap plant.
Chlorogalum parviflorum is a perennial wildflower, growing from a dark-coated bulb several centimeters wide. The basal leaves have wavy edges.
The inflorescence may reach 90 centimetres (35 in) tall, and is made up of many dark-veined white or pinkish flowers. Each flower has six tepals just under a centimeter long which are spread open for only one day. The six stamens are tipped with yellow anthers.
The fruit is a capsule a few millimeters long.
- Calflora Database: Chlorogalum parviflorum (small flowered soaproot)
- Jepson Manual eFlora (TJM2) treatment of Chlorogalum parviflorum[permanent dead link]
- USDA Plants Profile for Chlorogalum parviflorum (small flowered soaproot)
- Flora of North America
- UC Photos gallery — Chlorogalum parviflorum
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